by Tim Sullivan, Louisville Courier Journal This is no time for neutrality. With horse racing under unprecedented pressure to put its barns in order, the National Thoroughbred Racing Association finally weighed in Wednesday in support of a bill designed to prevent the return of a domestic horse slaughter […]
John Holland, Pres. of Equine Welfare Alliance, corrects BEEF magazine commentary on horse slaughter in the U.S.
John Holland, Pres. of Equine Welfare Alliance by Debbie Coffey, V.P. & Dir. of Wild Horse Affairs, Wild Horse Freedom Federation BEEF magazine posted a commentary titled “Will reinstating horse slaughter in the U.S. improve horse welfare?“ written by Courtney L Daigle, an Assistant Professor of Animal Welfare at […]
By: Meghan Laffin as published on The Chronicle of the Horse “Emily’s riding career began when she was only 3, and by 7 she was show jumping competitively..” On Father’s Day of 2017, Jerry Karp received the phone call that every equestrian parent dreads. “She fell, Jerry. It’s […]
by Molly Hudson, Arizona Republic “The Heber Wild Horse herd is a state and national treasure, they are the only wild horses in the state of Arizona” Since October 2018, there have been 19 documented cases of deceased horses in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests, said Steve Johnson, Apache-Sitgreaves National […]
by Chris Saeger of Western Values Project “Zinke’s time in office was marred by scandal and self interest” Ryan Zinke’s Interior Department felt a lot like a horror movie. And now? We might be getting a sequel. According to The Hill, “Former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is not […]
Photo: Grand Canyon Trust Source: CNN Concern rises about possible uranium mining near Grand Canyon By Gregory Wallace, CNN (CNN) Federal officials are expected to rule in the next month on a petition that could eventually lead to uranium mining around the Grand Canyon, which conservation advocates warn could […]
by Kim Bojórquez as published on The Deseret News “There’s a war raging against our wild horses, burros and all wildlife…” SALT LAKE CITY — Wildlife advocates are taking a stance against Rep. Chris Stewart and the Bureau of Land Management on how to deal with the overpopulation […]